Rowan And Sage
Yoga Teacher Tarot Reader Herbalist ATL. Practical Plant Medicine & Intuitive Guidance.
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We bought a house y'all! Complete with a giant backyard that extends behind this fence all the way to the creek, with a towering pecan tree, and trails leading to our neighbors 5 acre farm. Can't wait to have the folks from @shades_of_green_permaculture come out and help us design the herb gardens back here. Perhaps we'll revive the old chicken run and install a green house too! But today I'm tackling this insane english ivy. Hopefully someday we'll have fruit trees, heirloom roses, or native vining passionflower there instead 🌿 now since we'll be doing a ton of work back here, the shop will be going on a hiatus starting Monday at noon. We still have a few items like our best selling Moon Cycle for menstrual cramps, Immunity Builder for the incoming fall allergies, and so much more. Visit the link in my bio to shop!
“I will pluck the yarrow fair That more benign will be my face, That more warm shall be my lips, That more chaste shall be my speech, Be my speech the beams of the sun, Be my lips the sap of the strawberry. May I be an isle in the sea, May I be a hill on the shore, May I be a star in the waning of the moon, May I be a staff to the weak. Wound can I every man, Wound can no man me." ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ —⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Oh dearest Yarrow. Such a teacher for me this year! Thankfully she is very easy to move...I couldn't live without her in my new garden. But I'm sure I'll leave some behind here too ✨ as we prepare to move after we get the keys to our house today, I'll be needing to close the shop for a time. Not sure for how long, but it will be closed on Monday at noon. So, if you'd like to order one of our tinctures, flower essences, and other herbal items for self care, visit the link in my bio to shop! We have about 16 items left total so stock is super limited. Get it while ya can! 🌿
Hey y'all 👋 I see a few hundred new folks here so I wanted to say hello and introduce myself. So hey! I'm Sarah and here I am checkin on the soon-to-be bloomin great goldenrod. All y'all in the north are already seeing my favorite fall flowers, but our 90 degree weather has yet to cease and we likely have another month or so of true summer. So where's here you ask? The heart of Atlanta, GA! And by the heart, I mean the HEART. Lots of folks like to say they live in Atlanta when they really live an hour away, but you can literally see the capital building from my rooftop. So I'm a city witch and an urban plant person, but that hasn't kept me from finding foraging spots in town or from taking over the community garden. Tomorrow we finally close on a house .3 miles from my condo where we'll have land of our own to steward and cultivate into a herbalist's paradise, but you will probably still find me in fields like this one, stewarding the land I've been communing with over the last 6 years. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Anywho, as a southern plant person who grew up and still lives on unceded Cherokee & Muskogee/Creek land, my practice is deeply embedded in the medicines found here in the Georgia Piedmont region. You can expect to see all sorts of native plants on our feed and in the shop. But generally speaking, I practice Traditional Western Herbalism in the Vitalist framework and interweave Ayurvedic tri-doshic theory, medical astrology, Appalachian traditions, and folk medicine into my practice. Ancestrally speaking, my paternal lineage has lived in the southeast for over 250 years after leaving Scotland & England so much of my work is woven from the threads of this ancestry. And my mother arrived here 30 years ago from Uzbekistan/Moldova/USSR, so I'm also working from a cultural context rooted in my Bukharian Jewish ancestry. It's an interesting mix, doing the type of ancestor work I do and focusing so specifically on plant medicines that belonged to indigenous folks here long before my settler ancestors colonized this place. Anywho, that's me! Now I'd love to get to know you a little better. Where are you from and what types of plant medicines are growing around you? 🌿
I recently had the immense privilege to speak with @erynj_ on her podcast, Living Open 🌙 We had no central theme for the conversation, but allowed it to flow wherever it was meant to. The result was an incredibly beautiful and grounded representation of the work that I do, my beliefs around herbalism as a physical and spiritual practice, and my path of reclaiming around my identity as a witch.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In this episode, we talk about:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ - Shifting from an extractive mindset when it comes to plant medicine - How to get started connecting with plants and plant spirit medicine - How I works with plants - The medicine of poison plants - My personal witchcraft practice - Internalized shame around witchcraft - Weaving magic throughout your life with small spells and practices - How to work with plants ethically - Some plants besides palo santo and sage that are commonly used but are endangered and cannot be used ethically!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Visit the link in my bio to listen or find the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Spotify, or Stitcher. And please let me know if a particular part of this interview spoke to you in the comments below!